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Discover the Safran Innovation Grand Prize 2016 that was this year awarded to the Safran Helicopter Engines team for its work on designing a gyratory combustion chamber. With this real disruptive technology the chamber weighs half as much and costs half as much as existing technologies.
Businesses want to execute an analytical job at scale in Hadoop, but different parts of that job are potential candidates for specific execution engines so that the job performs under optimal conditions. In addition, past engines such as classic Map Reduce are potentially giving way to new ones such as Spark. This talk will demonstrate how you can leverage the Datameer application to hide the complexity of choosing the right execution engine for an analytical job at scale in Hadoop, and how Spark fits into this context.
Before we begin executing orders, we are going to talk about the GDAX order matching engine and how it operates. This will guide our expectations as we start experimenting with the various order types and parameters. In another video on the channel, we talked about exchanges, and we said that exchanges organize markets for traders. They organize supply and demand using order books, and they set the rules for interacting with these order books. These rules give us certainty around executing orders, and these rules for GDAX are defined in the trading rules document at support.gdax.com under “Matching Engine and Order Priority” ... Follow deeplizard: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/deeplizard Twitter: https://twitter.com/deeplizard Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Deeplizard-14541376294...
This video explains the process behind a web browser. What happens when you enter a URL and press enter, and how does the browser know how to present the page to you? This is all explained, as well as all the components that make up a web browser. We use web browsers every day to display web pages, but have you ever wondered what is happening behind the scenes? This is the basic flow of viewing a web page: you send a request over the network to a server, it responds with a collection of web content as a response. Your browser interprets the content returned and displays the page. Let’s look at a high level structure of a browser and the components it uses to accomplish this: The user interface is what’s presented to the user to interact with. It displays to you the address bar, back and ...
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were United States citizens who were executed on June 19, 1953 after being convicted of committing espionage for the Soviet Union. They were accused of transmitting nuclear weapon designs to the Soviet Union; at that time the United States was the only country with nuclear weapons. They also provided top-secret information about radar, sonar, and jet propulsion engines to the USSR.
“Safran Helicopter Engines at a glance” presents the basic facts and figures. Learn about Safran Helicopter Engines in the wink of an eye.
The Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is a wordwide ISO standard not only to draw but also to execute business processes. As Java developer you should not be afraid of BPMN thanks to a new generation of embeddable workflow/process engines. This session gives a hands-on introduction into the Open Source camunda BPM platform - expect more live coding than slides. Furthermore I want to share insights of our real-life project experience, for example Zalando processing huge amounts of orders over the platform. Afterwards you are able to decide if and how you may apply camunda in your own (workflow) project. Author: Falko Menge Falko is a senior technical consultant at camunda. He has a lot of experience with process automation and application integration and is a co-founder and commi...
This tutorial demonstrates how to create execution type business rules using Code Effects business rules engine on ASP.NET MVC web platform Part 1: http://youtu.be/2V0_XLFR3I4 Links to detailed Code Effects documentation: Code Effects rules engine overview: http://rule.codeeffects.com/Doc Evaluation type business rules: http://rule.codeeffects.com/Doc/Business-Rule-Evaluation-Type Execution type business rules: http://rule.codeeffects.com/Doc/Business-Rule-Execution-Type Download Code Effects demo projects: http://rule.codeeffects.com/Doc/Business-Rule-Demo-Project
The development and evolution of an advanced modeling environment for a Domain-Specific Modeling Language (DSML) is a tedious task, which becomes recurrent with the increasing number of DSMLs involved in the development and management of complex software-intensive systems. Recent efforts in language workbenches result in advanced frameworks that automatically provide syntactic tooling such as advanced editors. However, defining the execution semantics of languages and their tooling remains mostly hand crafted. Similarly to editors that share code completion or syntax highlighting, the development of advanced debuggers, animators, and others execution analysis tools shares common facilities, which should be reused among various DSMLs. In this tool demonstration paper, we present the executi...